If you are fond of watching shows in the ABS-CBN Network, then you're probably one of those who became a huge fan of the one and only Makisig Morales after he played the lead role in the International Emmy-nominated series 'Super Inggo'.
When he was 5 years old, Makisig and his sister Mayumi competed in the noontime variety show MTB or Magandang Tanghali Bayan - specifically in Duet Bulilit which is a talent competition that aims to find the best child singers.
After MTB, Makisig appeared int eh reality show "Little Big Star'. However, when he started to grow up, he went on hiatus from the showbiz industry.
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In 2014, he took a break from showbiz and flew to Australia with his family.They then wished to support their father who works as a diesel mechanic.
“Pinag-uusapan pa po namin ni daddy kung kailan ako pupunta doon,” he said in a 2014 interview with ABS-CBN. “Baka po bago mag-December ay pumunta na po ako doon.”
Now, Makisig Morales is focusing on beinga working student. Our very own 'Super Inggo' shows us that despite that he was once a well-known star, he still has to work real hard for his family.
On his Instagram account, Makisig Morales shared a couple of videos of him enjoying his duty in a fast food restaurant - McDonalds, in Australia.
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In an interview with PUSH, Makisig previously stated that he and his family has settled in Australia for good. He stated that they are securing the future of their family.
“Para secured na po ang future namin ng family ko. But pag mayroon pong show na offer sa akin dito sa Philippines, I would take that opportunity po,” he said.
He also added that he enjoys working and studying at the same time and still has a time to serve the Lord.
“Busy po ako sa studying, work, and pag serve po for the Lord. Busy rin po ako sa pagiging big brother sa aking mga younger siblings,” he said.
The former child star is all grown up now and it appears that she has already decided to act like a matured man and work hard to help his family.
Via: ManilaReaders, TNP